Join Doug Rose for an in-depth discussion in this video Delivering without scope, part of Agile at Work: Driving Productive Agile Meetings.
- In traditional projects, the scope…is the what and how of your product.…It's the constraint that keeps you from over delivering.…Let's say your project is delivering…a hot stack of pancakes.…The what would be the stack of pancakes.…The how would be the effort…that goes into preparing the pancakes.…The hot griddle, the flour, and the eggs…are all part of the project's scope.…The scope is a very important constraint.…That's why in traditional projects…you'll often hear the phrase "if it's not…"on the scope, it's not on the project."…Traditional projects create the scope…before they create the schedule or budget.…
In traditional project management,…this is called the iron triangle.…The scope, budget, and schedule are all locked together.…If you change one, you have to change the other two.…A change in scope will lead to…a change in the schedule and budget.…In an agile project, the scope is variable.…Instead you start with defining…the schedule and the cost.…The sponsor says when they want a finished product.…Then they decide how much they're…
In this course, agile expert Doug Rose outlines how to make agile meetings as productive as possible. He provides guidance on common activities such as release planning, daily stand-ups, sprint planning, and product demos. Throughout the course, learn about common meeting pitfalls and the challenges of keeping activities on track.
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